Is f(x) singer and Ice Fantasy star Victoria Song a workaholic?
In the new fantasy epic Ice Fantasy, Victoria Song is impressing viewers as the female warrior who would protect and fall for Feng Shao Feng's ice prince Ka Suo. But, did you know Li Luo is only one of Victoria's 5 dramatic roles this year as she continues with other projects? Does the busy singer-actress ever take a break?
It is well known that Victoria is a member of the K-pop girls group f(x), but she has also been a busy actress ever since her break-out performance in When Love Walked In, a Chinese romcom series from 2012.
This year, 2016, is not over yet, and she already has 2 dramas, Ice Fantasy and Beautiful Secrets, released for broadcast. She is also confirmed to star with another Chinese top leading man, Huang Xiaoming, in historical romance series Once Promised.
She is also a darling of the cinema. The movie My New Sassy Girl was released in April, and next comes the Chinese version of My Best Friend's Wedding to be released in August.
In the meantime, she has continued with her singing and modeling commitments. In March, she was invited by couture brand Dior to attend the Paris Fashion Week:
How does the talented singer-actress handle her busy career and schedule?
Perhaps by sheer will power to pursue her dreams!
After being on the cover for Grazia China in January, she then appeared on the cover of Grazia Korea in June. Here's what Victoria said about her goals during an interview with Grazia Korea:
"I am currently focusing on the work in front of me. I find encouragement by telling myself that I've been doing good. I want to work even harder so I can prove myself as both a great singer and actress."
Nothing stands in Victoria's way!
You can be sure that the determined singer-actress will continue to work hard to achieve her goals.
Now, let's watch Victoria as Li Luo fight enemies to protect her ice prince!
Ice Fantasy stars Feng Shao Feng (Prince of Lan Ling) and f(x)'s Victoria Song as lovers caught in the battles between the Ice and Fire tribes. The new drama is on-air on DramaFever with 6 episodes in the first week, followed by 4 episodes each week.
By the way, since each episode is only about 40 minutes, I usually think of 2 episode as equivalent to 1 K-drama episode. Enjoy!
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